White Turtlenecks For Work And Play

In this blog post, we are going to find awesome ways how to make white turtleneck work with your office and casual clothes. Most of you might think there is nothing hard in wearing this top, but you can simply get lost in creating a perfect look. No stress, as I am here to show you simple and easy to copy looks.

I always associate white turtlenecks with something vintage. Try it with a high-waisted patched skirt in black, beige and white colors. Complete this simple look with contrast color loafers.

Frankly speaking, there are lots of the seventies inspired outfits, as white turtleneck is a great top for wearing with floral embellished denim and flared jeans. Anyway, a white turtleneck can be used as a layering piece, it looks pretty chic with a jacket or waistcoat, or under a dress. Scroll down to see my favorite combinations.

Another seventies-inspired look for women who want to underline their individuality. You should give a try to white turtleneck, dyed knife-pleated maxi skirt, brown leather jacket and cream brown suede ankle-boots:

How about wearing something special next week? This fall season might be cold, but you should dress according to the weather. I recommend to try on a cream-white turtleneck and pair it with high-waisted black skinnies and charcoal wool coat. Complement this look with black wedge sneakers and quilted black leather shoulder clutch bag:

A classic white top can be updated with a blush mini skirt and blue denim jacket embellished with pink roses buds. Add chunky platform white sandals, white shoulder bag, and watches to complete this combo:

Trust me, this cobalt blue merino wool oversized coat will be an ideal outerwear piece to cover ribbed knit white turtleneck layered under orange sleeveless sheath dress. Complete this outfit with a pair of white booties with black toes and miniature white clutch bag:

Speaking of layered outfits, then you should give a try to this white turtleneck layered under black slip dress with spaghetti straps. Complete this combo with a pair of white-gray booties:

A ribbed high-neck sweater can be tucked in a tweed A-line skirt. Complete it with a black blazer with white outlines. This outfit is a perfect choice for street walks and cocktail evenings:

If it’s pretty warm outside, then you can wear white turtleneck tied around your neckline. Add white T-shirt and black leggings, as well as white kicks to finish this look:

A great outfit for Winter season. It can be used for walks in the city parks, as well as for casual day offs. You will need a white sweater, black skinnies, cream-gray coat and glossy black gum boots:

Another hippie-inspired outfit for cold summer days. You will need a white top, floral embroidered blue denim skirt and simple ankle-strap sandals:

All in white! Use this sweater and pants combo for fancy parties. Add nude color pointed-toe heeled pumps to underline your femininity:

Pastel purple car coat will be a nice cover-up for this white turtleneck tucked in plaid wrap mini skirt. When I see this combo, I automatically start to think about school clothes. Complete this outfit with a plaid handbag and black booties:

If you are more into elegant style, then you definitely should try on black belted coat styled with a ribbed knit turtleneck tucked in a belted light pink skirt. Complete this look with a blush handbag and pointed-toe heeled black pumps:

Yes, another 1970’s inspired look for street walks and special gatherings. You will need a cream blush long coat, white turtleneck and flared blue jeans:

Elegance at its max! We see a black-white gingham print pencil skirt, white turtleneck and army green structured blazer with metallic buttons. Complete this outfit by adding black leather handbag and glossy green leather pointed-toe pumps:

That’s what I call glamor black and white! We see a black blazer with gold buttons, white pencil skirt in black vertical stripes and white turtleneck. Complete this look with a quilted black leather clutch, rounded sunglasses and open back pointed-toe heeled booties:

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